Following on from our introductory article, our second article in the series looks at what the UK’s Net Zero Strategy means for the power sector.
In this article, we focus on what the changes in the latest draft of Master Plan VIII mean for the transition towards renewable energy in Vietnam.
WFW advises Blue Elephant on negotiation and execution of three long-term power PPAs with EnBW23 June 2021
Blue Elephant acquires and operates solar parks and wind farms in eight countries with a focus on Western-Europe. With the help of the WFW team Blue Elephant was able to negotiate and execute three long-term power purchase agreements with German energy company EnBW.
WFW advises Advance Energy on acquisition of 50% stake in Carnarvon Timor and reverse takeover raising US$20m6 May 2021
In return for its stake in the project, Advance Energy is funding the drilling of the new Buffalo-10 well for up to US$20m on a free-carry basis.
This article explores the new draft Master Plan 8 published by the Vietnamese Government which provides details on the future of energy projects in the country, including renewables.
In the third article of our sector series on the EU Taxonomy Regulation for Sustainable Investments, we set out the key concepts introduced by the Taxonomy Regulation and explain what this means for market participants in the energy sector.
This is the third article in our ‘Hydrogen – What is the hype about?’ series, which provides an overview of the hydrogen sector and the strategy for its development in multiple jurisdictions.
This article explores recent decisions on German legislature concerning pressing issues such as the PV renumeration cap, distance requirements for onshore wind farms and deadline extension in the EEG.
This article summarises the key provisions of the long-awaited Decision 13 and discusses its implications for the Vietnamese solar energy market.
In this article we explore the range of interconnected practical and legal considerations faced by European renewables projects as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic.